Saudi Arabia extends appreciation to US administration for not jumping to conclusions in journalist investigation

A tweet from the Saudi Arabian embassy in the US - seen here in Washington - thanked the US administration for not jumping to conclusions in the ongoing investigation. (Twitter: @SaudiEmbassyUSA)
Updated 14 October 2018
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Saudi Arabia extends appreciation to US administration for not jumping to conclusions in journalist investigation

  • A tweet from the Saudi Arabian embassy in the US was posted on Sunday
  • The tweet came after the Kingdom issued an official statement earlier in the day

RIYADH: Saudi Arabia has “extended appreciation” to the US administration among others for “refraining from jumping to conclusions” in the ongoing investigation in the Jamal Koshaggi case.
A tweet from the Saudi Arabian embassy in the US on Sunday said: “To help clarify recently issued Saudi statement, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia extends it appreciation to all, including the US administration, for refraining from jumping to conclusions on the ongoing investigation.”


The tweet came after the Kingdom issued a statement earlier in the day, which said that Saudi Arabia would reject any threats and attempts to undermine it, and would respond with “greater action” to any sanctions or action taken against the Kingdom.
The statement went on to say: “Whether by waving economic sanctions, using political pressure, or repeating false accusations that will undermine the Kingdom.”
“The government and the people are steadfast, dear as ever, no matter what the circumstances and whatever the pressure is.”
The statement added: “The Kingdom’s economy has an influential and vital role in the global economy.”

 


Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center launches “Kingdom of Energy” podcast

Updated 24 May 2019
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Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center launches “Kingdom of Energy” podcast

  • The program targets decision makers, specialists and workers in the energy sectors

RIYADH: The King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center (KAPSARC) has inaugurated a podcast program, titled “Kingdom of Energy”, through which specialized researchers can talk about energy economics, policies, techniques and related environmental issues.

The podcast is an opportunity for people interested in the field of energy to listen to the opinions of specialists in the field, including workers or partners of the center, whether local or international cadres.

The program targets decision makers, specialists and workers in the energy sectors through a new platform on the center’s website, allowing visitors to listen to podcast episodes.

The program is working on producing “Kingdom of Energy” episodes on a regular basis. The first episode is now available on the website in English, and another series is to be produced in Arabic.

KAPSARC is a non-profit research center that conducts independent research into global energy economics, policies, techniques and related environmental studies. The center seeks to find solutions for the most-effective and productive use of energy to promote economic and social growth locally, regionally and internationally.